Concord, NH, wins tax fight vs. church
from Concord Monitor
Concord, N.H., didn't violate state law or the Constitution when it began taxing a Pentecostal church after officials determined parts of the church's sprawling building weren't being used for a religious purpose, the state's high court ruled. The unanimous Supreme Court decision affirmed an earlier ruling by the New Hampshire Board of Tax and Land Appeals that a 2008 tax bill sent to Liberty Assembly of God — renamed Destiny Christian Church in 2010 — was legitimate.
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